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Pentagon’s Latest Ukraine Contracts Tally Jumps by $2 Billion

  • Latest DoD tally updates US restock, direct Ukraine contracts
  • Another $10.6 billion in appropriated funds available to spend
A Ukrainian soldier inspects a HIMARS vehicle in eastern Ukraine on July 1.
A Ukrainian soldier inspects a HIMARS vehicle in eastern Ukraine on July 1.Photographer: Anastasia Vlasova/The Washington Post/Getty Images

The Pentagon awarded $800 million in additional contracts since mid November to replace weapons and equipment sent to Ukraine, as well as another $1.2 billion in contracts for the country’s long-term security needs, according to the latest monthly tally.

The total included $363 million in new restock contracts to unspecified companies for additional 155mm rounds, according to a Dec. 5 fact sheet made available to Bloomberg News. The largest new restock addition was a contract to Lockheed Martin Corp. to produce more HIMARS mobile rocket systems that Ukraine’s used against Russian targets.